Tilton Mam K the woman behind the funny rich Makoti character makes her way to the top.
Paballo Kgwane has joined the most loved soap uZalo play alter ego Makoti who is loved by many on social media. Kgwane was overjoyed when she was allowed to play in the popular drama. According to her, she has always wanted to be in the acting industry. The call from the producers changed her life for the better and made her do what she has always wanted to do. To make matters worse she always had a wish to be a part of the cast of uZalo.
Kgwane graduated from AFDA made her first appearance on Wednesday and she believes this was the beginning of a fruitful career. Everyone who is a successful actor started somewhere to her this is but just the beginning. The TikTok Makoti said the small role can open big opportunities hence she did not turn away the role. Kgwane believes in the power of media as she stands at 800 000 followers on her TikTok page. This enables her to be exposed to big productions. TikTok is a good start for self-making, soon after graduating she had nothing to do and she started her TikTok funny videos.
She did all this unaware that she was opening bigger opportunities for herself. This has made her encourage many not to take social media lightly. Many might think that making videos is easy, but well it's not as easy as it looks. You have to be creative when creating the videos. Kgwane sometimes has to go through a creative block and once she has an idea of what her content must look like it becomes much easier. The video creation becomes easier by day as those she imitates are people she sees every day.
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